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Navy Cow Parsley 40mm Recycled Perspex Disc Earrings

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£45.00 to £45.00

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These gorgeous disc earrings are made with actual cow parsley. They're created by collecting, drying and pressing the individual leaves. The recycled perspex is heated and the leaves are pressed into its surface. I then use them like a stencil to apply the colours. The leaves are peeled off to reveal the unique, colourful design. This is a method of dyeing and embossing plastic jewellery I developed myself. I call it 'Fossilised Plastic' due to the fine detail that's captured on the embossed surface - so they are similar to fossils.

Each piece of jewellery uses an individual, real plant. The delicate process of creating each piece means that even the veins of the leaf will show, embossed into the acrylic. This means that as well as every piece being handcrafted each one is also unique.

All the acrylic I use is made from 100% recycled materials - free from volatile organic compounds and hydrofluorocarbon, making it more environmentally friendly.

They measure 40mm across x 5mm deep and the total drop is 60mm. The ear wires are made from sterling silver.

Delivered in the UK within 2-3 working days. Please allow 5-7 working days for international delivery.

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